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Table 1 Leptospirosis: clinico-epidemiological and laboratory data

From: Lsa21, a novel leptospiral protein binding adhesive matrix molecules and present during human infection

Case number/gender/age [56] Clinical and epidemiological information Illness duration(days) Laboratory data available(leptospirosis)
1/m/29 Contact with contaminated water; fever, headache, vomiting, muscular pain, jaundice. Pulmonary hemorrhage. Hemodynamic and hydroelectrolytic disturbances, atrial fibrillation, acute renal failure. Hepatomegaly. 14 Seroagglutination and ELISA IgM positive
2/f/22 Contact with sewage and rats. Fever, muscular pain and respiratory failure (pulmonary hemorrhage). Jaundice. Hepatomegaly. 4 None available
3/m/29 Contact with contaminated water (floods). Fever, muscular pain and respiratory failure (pulmonary hemorrhage). Jaundice. Hepatomegaly. Acute renal failure. 6 None available
4*/m/20 Fever, muscular pain for the last 5 days, jaundice, bipalpebral edema, acute renal failure, pulmonary hemorrhage, abdominal pain and vomits, low platelet count. 5 None available
5*/f/67 Contact with rats and contaminated water, fever and muscular pain for the last 8 days. Jaundice, conjunctival hemorrhage, dyspnea and hemorrhagic sputum, acute renal failure. 8 None available
  1. m: male; f: female; * cases previously published by De Brito et al. 2006 [47].
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